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Today
Thu 24.10 8:00 - 19:00
Next
Fri 25.10 8:00 - 17:00
Note: Self-service Mon-Fri 8:00-10:00.
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Study rooms

At the library you can book one of 12 rooms for group study sessions or meetings.

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Contact details

Loans service allegro@tritonia.fi
Info service 06 328 5136
Street address Runeberginkatu 8
68600 Pietarsaari
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Opening hours

Today
Thu 24.10 9:00 - 16:00
Next
Fri 25.10 9:00 - 14:00
Note: Self-service Tue-Thu 9:00-12:00, Friday self-service whole day.
Complete opening hours and exceptions

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Welcome, new student!

Tritonia will support your studies already from the beginning. Start using the library services through these links:

 

Apply for a library card online

The easiest way to apply for a library card is to fill in the online library card form in advance. To activate the card, you have to bring your ID to the library.

 

Take a virtual tour in the library

The 3D models of the library will help you find the resources on each floor.

 

Read the info package for new customers

The guide for new customers includes all you need to know about the library facilities, PCs, printers and information searching.

Library Card

Having trouble logging in to Finna? Change PIN!

Are you having trouble logging in to your Finna account to renew loans etc? The reason is probably that no password is registered for your account. After the change of library system, you can no longer log in with your last name or with the default PIN. You must set a 5-digit PIN code for your account.

 

Students and staff: Instructions for setting a new PIN code

  • Remove the library card from your Finna account (HAKA login) and log out
  • In the login window, click the link “If you have forgotten your Library Card PIN-code…” and add the library card number and the e-mail address registered in the library system. You will receive an e-mail with a link for resetting your password, and can now set a 5-digit PIN code.
  • After this, you can log in as usual with HAKA login and add your library card to your account by using the new PIN code.

Other customers: Instructions for setting a new PIN code

  • In the login window, click the link “If you have forgotten your Library Card PIN-code…” and add the library card number and the e-mail address registered in the library system. You will receive an e-mail with a link for resetting your password, and can now set a 5-digit PIN code.

 

In case of problems, contact loans@tritonia.fi or visit the service desk.

Tritonia has changed to Koha - an open source library system

Tritonia has adopted Koha, an open source library system used by libraries worldwide. The transition has taken place within the framework of the national Koha project for Finnish academic libraries, in collaboration with the National Library and CSC. In contrast to the old system (Voyager), the library staff can now work more location-independently, as the system is completely web-based. The change of system also enables development of new functions by using the system interfaces. Tritonia is the thirteenth academic library to adopt Koha in Finland.

 

How does the system change affect customers?

The user interface for the new library system will also in future be Tritonia Finna, and customers will benefit from new features and changes in library loans procedures. Tritonia Finna is based on the national open source Finna.fi service, maintained by the National Library.

 

The implementation of Koha means that customers can manage their borrowing history, change address and reset their PIN code directly in Finna. From now on, you can pick up your reservations with a personal reservation ID (can be found in Your Account in Finna). Overnight loans have also changed to short loans.

 

Information on Koha

Koha (meaning gift in Maori) was originally developed at the turn of millennium by the Horowhenua Library Trust in New Zealand. The system has a license that allows free use, modification and distribution, which made it being further developed by libraries in a global community. The increasing interest in open source code means less vendor-dependence and lock in effect. The digital solutions are reusable for others, making the solutions more efficient and sustainable in the long run.

 

Further information:

Information Specialist Christian Nelson christian.nelson@tritonia.fi

Tritonia’s Director Anne Lehto anne.lehto@tritonia.fi

 

Tritonia Finna

The Finnish Koha project for libraries

Koha Library Software Community

 

Have you read today's newspapers?

You can easily read newspapers and other interesting magazines online, both at the library and at home! As our customer, you have access to two newspaper services, brought to you by your university.

 

PressReader

 

ePress.fi   

  • A wide range of local and regional newspapers all around the country, for example Helsingin Sanomat, Aamulehti, Pohjalainen, Vasabladet, and Hbl.
  • Access at the library and in the facilities of University of Vaasa, Novia, Hanken and VAMK: epress.fi
  • Note: The number of simultaneous users is limited.
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EduLab supports the development of teaching and learning in higher education. Its main expertise areas are development of the use of ICT in education, production of digital learning material and consultation in both technical and pedagogical issues.

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Email: edulab@tritonia.fi

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